Stegosaurus Bone found in Marcy-Holmes Nieghborhood!
Marcy Holmes Neighborhood residents have found the remains of a Stegosaurus in a tiny park in their neighborhood. Rather than spend millions on a museum to house this find, they have erected a small playground to discretely display the remains. The fossilized bone remains have been stealthily hidden out of sight to avoid an ostentatious display of grandeur. You can see history, and take the kids out to a nice park! (It also counts as a find if you find it!)
- This is in one of those small unpublished Minneapolis parks.
- It's quite a gem, with some beautiful tile-work and lots of equipment for the kids!
- Please observe published Minneapolis park rules and hours.
- Hey Meralgia, cache is NOT on the playground equipment!
- This cache MIGHT be Winter Friendly - then again it MIGHT not!
This cache is part of the DinoCache: The Valley (GC1C7AE) series.
To find the coordinates for DinoCache: The Valley (GC1C7AE) you will need to discover information from two related multi-caches.
DinoCache: Triceratops (GC1C7AV)
DinoCache: Tyrannosaurus Rex (GC1C791)
This cache, a large ammo can, contains several pre-made cache “bones” labeled with additional dinosaurs. These bones have become the spawn for additional caches like Dinocache: Stegosaurus:
DinoCache: Velociraptor (GC1E6QF)
DinoCache: Ornithocheirus (GC1EFY6)
Check out the DinoCache: The Valley (GC1C7AE) for links to the rest of the series!
Still to come:
Thanks to ShoeStorm for creating the DinoCache sensation!